‘Just look at the surprise outright win for the Conservatives in the General Election in 2015, or even the rise of Donald Trump in the US,’ he said.
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(Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)" width="1024" height="619" / He reckons there’s also an element of complacency – we’re more likely to interact with people with similar views to us, so we don’t realise just how close Brexit and Bremain really are in the polls.
It feels sort of like you’re texting a mate (at least, one who’s really, really into the EU).
While it’s all a bit of a laugh, the referendum is getting dauntingly close – and there’s a lot of misinformation out there.
It stores them all in a huge database, and in every future conversation, its responses to questions and comments mimic past human responses to those same questions and comments.